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History & Philosophy of Psychology Vol 12 No 2 November 2010

History & Philosophy of Psychology Vol 12  No 2 November 2010

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The periodical's remit is the history and philosophy of psychology, and to include papers from all theoretical perspectives, not just currently fashionable ones.





Invited article: Paediatric Bipolar Disorder: Myths, Realities and Consequences
Daniel Burston

Refereed Article:  The "Parson's Clinic": Religion and Psychology at the Interwar Tavistock Clinic
Alastair Lockhart

Symposium: Psychologists' Contribution to the Development of Educational Psychology and Child Guidance in Scotland

Introduction to the Symposium
John Hall

Symposium refereed articles

Child Guidance in Scotland: 1918-55: Psychiatry versus Psychology?
John Stewart

The Distinctiveness of Applied Educational Psychology in Scotland and Early Pathways into the Profession
James Boyle & Tommy MacKay

Symposium proceedings

William Boyd and the Research Committee of the Educational Institute of Scotland in the 1920s
Caroline Brett, Martin Lawn, Ian Deary & David Bartholomew

Conference proceedings

A Philosopher among Psychologists: The Tale of a Lion in a Den of Daniels
N. E. Wetherick

Whatever Happened to Ethology? The Case for the Fixed Action Pattern in Psychology.
Eric A. Salzen

Little Albert: Gone But Not Forgotten
Sandy Hobbs

Trauma Reaction in the Light of Kierkegaard's Concept of Self
Mark Hoelterhoff & Man Cheung Chung

Book Reviews

Bodies in doubt: An American history of intersex. By Elizabeth Reis. 
Reviewd by Peter Hegarty

Hypnosis: A brief history. By Judith Pintar & Steven Jay Lynn.
Reviewed by David A. Oakley

The talking cure: Wittgenstein's therapeutic method for psychotherapy. By John M. Heaton.
Reviewed by Billy Lee

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